The St. Catharines Market has been an important element of the City's social and economic landscape since the early 1860s. Nestled next to the historic Courthouse and City Hall - at the corner of King and James in the heart of Downtown St. Catharines - expect the best in Niagara cuisine at the St. Catharines Farmers Market .
Market shopping is a great way to eat high quality, fresh food. Talk to the people who grow and care for the food, and learn about different varieties you won't find at the regular grocery store.
The St. Catharines Farmers Market isn't just for your fruits and vegetables (although those items alone are enough reason to pay a visit). In addition to fresh produce, shoppers will find baked goods and fresh bread, European meats, seafood, chicken, beef, Lebanese and Mexican foods, honey, fresh cut and potted flowers, gourmet spices, homemade jams, preserves and jewelry.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. The market is open year-round.
Nighttime Farmers Market - Refreshing a Local Tradition
From August 6 to September 10, the Tuesday Market operated as a nighttime farmers' market. During this pilot project, the market featured the regular farmers' market vendors, plus wineries, food trucks, craft breweries and entertainment.
(Nighttime Farmers' Market was a pilot project initiative, aimed at the majority of market shopppers who responded to a farmer's market survey indicating they wanted to shop later in the day)
Market Square, 91 King St., corner of King and James streets